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USA Today's parent company Gannett Co. has reportedly began outfitting their reporters with thousands of iPhones and iPads in an attempt to create a mobile newsroom focused on real-time storytelling, social media integration, and a more video-centric approach to the news.
Since spinning off from 21st Century Fox last year, News Corp. has been on an acquisition spree, snapping up a romance-novel publisher, two online business and now a real-estate listing website.
Current customers of LiveRail's website and app services include MLB.com, ABC, Gannett, and Dailymotion.
A syndication deal puts ESPN content -- such as SportsCenter clips and game highlights -- on AOL and associated sites. ESPN is selling ads and sharing the revenue.
However video remains a mostly unexplored realm for the top brands that have embraced the Facebook-owned app, new research suggests.
The professional social network is the top contender in the bid to acquire the news-reading app, AllThingsD reports.
commentary Mobile Content Venture, a little known, but powerful consortium of broadcasters, wants to deliver local and live TV to phones and tablets. But does anyone care?
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google used special code to sidestep the privacy settings in the browser and track Web users. Google says the Journal's got it wrong.
About $10 million in capital will cement a partnership formed three months ago between New York-based Mogulus and the newspaper-publishing conglomerate.
All the confusion over the release of the first Ice Cream Sandwich Android phone does make one thing clear--it's coming very soon.